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Bent aircraft, Egypt? WWII

Old 7th Sep 2021, 01:35
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Nice informative clip, Rory. Sadly, I had never even heard of the Douglas Boston/Havoc. (He did go on to Lancasters later.)
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 12:00
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Originally Posted by jolihokistix View Post
Beamr, these fit well with stories he told about sleeping in a tent and the creatures like centipedes and mice that they had to contend with. Thank you for these interesting cameos. And the squadron marking! They have stirred up a nostalgic nest of memories. He mentioned flying low over the Nile once too.
'Casper the Friendly Ghost' seems not to have been in the public domain until 1945 . . . a 'story' just putting a 'name' to a less than original image!! However this 'artwork' seems remarkably similar - a genie perhaps. Surely possible to track down by analysing RAF Boston Sqdns history etc!
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